This is the first thing I want to give to you is a list of my favorite dishes on the Earth. I have a list of 20 dishes that I have always loved and still love to eat, but they have made me feel really happy when I eat them. They are my way of saying that I’m very proud of what I do.
In Italy, it is not uncommon to eat a plate of pasta with bread, cheese, meat, or vegetables, and it is also not uncommon for Italians to eat more than the average number of dishes per meal. However, in Italy, the number of dishes that a person can eat at a single meal is limited, so that is what I call the “servizi seo” phenomenon.
I would like to point out that when I say “servizi seo”, I really mean “servizi sardo”. This is because many Italian people still put too much oil on their pasta, cheese and meat dishes in order to make them last longer. When I make my pasta, the oil I put on it is very thin, and I use as little oil as possible.
The issue is that people in Italy are very fussy about how they eat. They want dishes that are quick, easy to make, and don’t waste too much of their meal. The thing that really makes me angry, however, is that Italian people often make themselves ill.
In Italy, there is so much oil on things that people would rather die than eat things that werent cooked properly. They use more oil than is good for them, and they will sometimes literally eat it off the table. No wonder Italian people go nuts when they get sick.
Italy also uses more oil than the European Union, which is a bit of an odd comparison, but we can’t really have that discussion. Europe as a whole uses less oil than Italy, but that is because their main source of oil comes from natural gas, which is much more expensive. The EU is trying to get out of oil dependency by becoming more efficient with their sources of energy. Italy, on the other hand, has been running oil-heavy economies for decades without any serious economic breakthrough.
The EU has been trying to change this lately. Last year they announced a goal of 40 percent renewables by 2020. It appears that they may be on their way to achieving that goal.
That said, it’s more difficult to get Europe to do something that seems so obvious (like invest more in renewables) than actually doing it. It’s very difficult to get the EU to move from a relatively “greener” energy source (in terms of energy intensity) to a “greener” energy source (in terms of economic feasibility) in a short period of time.
It seems that they are taking the “40% by 2020” goal seriously and have started to set the target of achieving it by the end of this year. That’s great news. But it still seems like a long way off. Europe’s new Renewable Energy Directive (RE) requires members to “achieve a 20 percent share of renewable electricity generation by 2020”. That seems like a long way off and would take a long time to do.
For a more realistic timeframe, the European Union’s Renewable Energy Directive requires member governments to cut their energy use by 20 percent by 2020 and to achieve that by the end of this year. That seems to be a good goal to reach, but it still seems like a long way off and would take a long time to accomplish.